The launch of the first two Geosynchronous Space
Situational Awareness Program satellites was scrubbed Wednesday "due to
an issue with the ground support equipment environmental control system," Air Force Space Command spokeswoman Capt. Caitlin Suttie told Air Force Magazine.
A House Armed Services strategic forces subcommittee
hearing July 23 heard sharply varying views on the status and need for the
nation’s ballistic missile defense program, with the witnesses and the panel
members tilted to the pro-defense side.
Air Force selected Lockheed Martin for its Hosted Payload Solutions initiative,
making the company “eligible to competitively bid on future payload hosting
opportunities covered under a $495 million indefinite delivery, indefinite
quantity contract,” the company announced Wednesday.
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